This has breakbeats, crappy singing, crappy guitar playing, and ambience, but I wouldn't classify it under any of those genres. Produced on June 15, 2007 as part of the Album-a-Day project. (http://crapart.spacebar.org/aad/) Track 2 extensively steals material from other songs, sorry. Track 6 features excellent poetry by the esteemed poet Davidia Kartina. (http://www.poemhunter.com/davidia-kartina/) Total time: 20:35 PS. By the time I got to the last track I was too tired to care about any sort... Topics: music, crap art, breakbeat
My 3rd Crap Art Album-A-Day piece where I created and recorded 20 minutes of material in 24 hours with no prior planning. All work here is my own, I didn't use any loops and recorded the album with Garage Band on a Mac Mini with an Adam Black Guitar, Encore Acoustic, Gears 4 Music Bass, Oxygen 8 keyboard and a Sony Singstar Microphone. As for the content of the album, I'm fairly happy with it, a couple of the songs didn't work out as expected but a couple of worked better than I thought. I... Topics: AAD, Album A Day, Crap Art
I was attempting to write and record an album's worth of music in 24 hours. Along the way, I lost motivation and gave up. These three songs (and two other partially finished ones) are all that remain of this once-proud undertaking. Along the way, I tried to do everything exactly opposite from how I normally write and record music. I focused on instrumentation much more than lyrics. I used one microphone (a SM57) for everything, and didn't worry about mic placement. I never used my acoustic... Topics: crap art, album a day, bad songs
this is my fourth attempt at an album a day. This particular album failed. Not only is it too short, but I left my house 2 hours before the 24 hours were up, and completed those two hours today. This was recorded between 5:55pm 11/16 and 3:22pm 11/18. Whoops. Topics: project scum, spug, AAD, 24 hour album, crap art
This is the first volume of Zen Junk, a collection of Zen Guitar excursions founded on the Crap Art Album-A-Day concept. All of the songs on this album are available for free download and are covered by the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) license. Topics: Zen Guitar, Crap Art, Album a Day, Fusion, Psychadelic, Guitar
"Warts 'n' All: Songs About God and Sex" began as a second attempt to write, record, and master and album within one 24-hour period, following "An Abbreviated History of the United States of America (Hereafter Referred to as the U.S.A.)" After recording most of it, I hit a rough creative block and was unable to complete it. However, I was proud enough of what I had made to finish it in the morning. This album represents a creative failure on my part, but it is a richer... Topics: Tony Immergluck, Crap Art, Folk, Indie, God, Sex, Warts
Previously a Crap Art project, Ate Words REDUX is a re-imagining of the Album in a Day project. REDUX has had a fair bit of work done it including the addition of Bass on all but one song and a lot of re-recording of vocals. Certain songs have been lengthened but most remain the same structure. I regard this to be the definitive version of Ate Words, although it lacks some of the urgency and roughness of the original. Because of the extended period of mastering this can not be regarded as Crap... Topics: Andrew WIlson, Ate Words, Ate Words REDUX, Crap Art, REDUX
This second installment in the Zen Junk series contains 4 new songs and runs just under 40 minutes long. This album was created from start to finish in less than 6 days. All of the songs on this album are available for free download and are covered by the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) license. The cover art includes a slightly modified version of iambigred's "starfish and starsheep" used under a Creative Commons by-nc 2.0 license. More iambigred... Topics: Zen Guitar, Crap Art, Fusion, Psychadelic, Guitar, Rock, Experimental, Improvisation
Ate Words REDUX is an addition to the Crap Art project embarked on 8th May by Andrew Wilson. REDUX is the definitive version of Ate Words with better vocals, extra bass lines and a few re-recorded and added guitar sections. For the original Crap Art Album-A-Day project visit: http://www.archive.org/details/AndrewWilson-AteSongs NOTE: Uploaded in error: see http://www.archive.org/edit/AndrewWilson-AteWordsRedux for the up-to-date version of REDUX Topics: Andrew WIlson, Ate Words, Ate Words REDUX, Crap Art, REDUX
AAA THIS IS THE REAL ALBUM, NOT "REGARDING WHOEVER IS LISTENING" The correct track order is Rocket... Wagon Swan Mind Good Morning Halfway Passing day Zee Bass The party regarding The end This is my first album a day. It was an exhausting process, but I enjoyed making this album. I hope you enjoy it too. Topic: Daniel Wolff, Music, Audio, Crap-art, album-a-day, Experimental
my 5th album a day project. this was recorded in 24 hours, but should be considered a failure, since it is only 16:34 minutes. The goal is meant to be 20 minutes. BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME! Topics: aad, album a day, crap art, dance music
A Crap Art project created by Andrew Wilson. This album was created under the guidelines set by the Album-A-Day project which involve creating an album in 24 hours with no prior planning. This album consists of 7 tracks and lasts over 20 minutes. Equipment used: Mac Mini with Garage Band, Adam Black guitar, Gears 4 Music Bass, Encore Acoustic Guitar, Oxygen8 keyboard, Sony stereo microphone, Rock Band drum set. I hope you enjoy this album, it was one hell of a slog making it. Topics: andrew wilson, crap art, album a day, intent
The All-Ducking Tweedlebirds recorded 'Not Optimistic' in 18 hours on March 31, 2007. It adheres to the guidelines of Tom7's Album-A-Day Project (http://crapart.spacebar.org/aad/). Mostly, the style is instrumental hip-hop, with guest verses from Jared Malsin and Eric Phetteplace a.k.a. Nebuchadnezzar. Topics: crap art, album a day, hip hop, lo-fi, birds, daedelus
A one-day-album for http://crapart.spacebar.org/aad/ containing seven tracks which were recorded in a period of less than 24 hours. Topics: album-a-day, crap art, killer, mushroom, gran, kmamg, killer mushrooms ate my gran
Hey, everybody. I put together this album with hopes of getting it included on the Crap Art Album-a-Day website. In order to do that, I had to write, record, and produce the album in 24 hours. I did not have any of this material written beforehand, as per the guidelines. Furthermore, if I started a song, I had to put it on. Also, since I'm used to sleeping, eating, and moving in a 24 hour period, I lost my mind very quickly. Enjoy. Topic: Crap Art, Album-a-Day, Tony Immergluck, Indie Rock, Folk, Parody
Delphi Arrival is the 12th release and ninth Album-A-Day from electronic musician and composer Adhesion. Made from May 29th-31st, 2006, this project is an experiment in combining multiple aspects of modern electronic music in an eclectic style. Ths first AAD by Adhesion since his first (It's Really Hot Outside!) to not have an overarching theme of some sort. Genres like pop, IDM, breakbeat and ambient are explored with the addition of complex harmonies like 7th & 9th chords. The... Topics: Electronic, Evil Residence Records, Crap Art, Experimental, IDM, Ambient, Album-A-Day, Vocoder,...
Initiation is a Crap-Art Album-A-Day project. It consists of seven songs which were written and recorded within a 24 hour period. The songs were recorded using Adobe Audition on a PC. The instruments used were a keyboard, bass guitar, electric guitar and a microphone. The guitar sounds were recorded via a Roland Cube amplifier. All drum sounds were played manually on the keyboard - no pre-existing drum loops were used. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Crap, Art, Crap-Art, Album, Day, Album-A-Day, Initiation, Dave Knight, AAD
Idiosyncratic Dance Music is the 20th release and 17th album-a-day by electronic musician Adhesion. As evidenced by the title, this album is comprised of electronic dance music more conventional than Adhesion's usual experimental fare, with all songs in 4/4 and none slower than 125 bpm. Genres covered include dark & ambient techno, gabber, house, acid and of course IDM. Recommended tracks: Steel + Eyes + Mind, an angry gabber stomper, idiosynchronous, an acid-tinged, fast-paced IDM track,... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Dance, Techno, Acid, IDM, House, Gabber Source: Adhesion
Invincible Fighting Spirit is the seventh album-a-day and 10th release by electronic musician Adhesion. The concept of this album is that it is a soundtrack to a fictitious 8-bit or 16-bit era video game. As such, the production sounds intentionally dated, with heavy use of simple waveforms and basic FM synthesis, invoking memories of the days of the Genesis YM2612 and the NES sound chip. The songs of this release are very thematic and were written to be appropriate for specific video game... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Chiptune, Video Game Music, Album-A-Day, Crap Art, Full Album, Self-Produced Source: Adhesion
This is an album written and recorded over 24 consecutive hours, half in a very small Honda Civic, half in a dirty bedroom. It is split between acoustic, poppy songs, and ambient, noisy songs. They are both half-finished, sloppy, and goofy. We hope they evoke some kind of emotion in you. Topics: album in a day, crap art, music, acoustic, ambient, noise, civic
This is the result of the first attempt at an album a day. All files you will find on this page were produced in a timespan of 23 hours. Please excuse some unfinished roughness caused by this. Per definition the tracks are required to be freely available - so enjoy. =)More music from nul and related projects can be found at the pheuron homepage. Topics: electronic, electronica, music, mp3, album a day, aad, crap art, nul, pheuron
The 23rd release and 20th album-a-day from electronic musician and composer Adhesion, Pseudocold3 is the 3rd in a series of album-a-days that incorporate significant aleatoric elements into their music. Various time signatures, melodies, effects and arrangements were created or chosen randomly. The result is a very diverse and very enjoyable album of electronic music, which includes epic, emotional house (heard love's arrival), dark & brooding classical-esque ambient (tainted blood),... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Electronic, Album-A-Day, Crap Art, Experimental, House, Ambient, Techno,...
The eighth release and fifth Album-A-Day from electronic musician Adhesion. Another deaf ear aad (ie the songs were not heard when being written and produced), this one is more experimental by having 30 40-second long songs. Production is very electronic and experimental. Made mostly in software on January 7th, 2006. More info: http://www.evilresidence.com Topics: Experimental, Album-A-Day, Crap Art, Electronic, Evil Residence Records, Chiptune, Dance, Acid,... Source: Adhesion
KIBO= .....the true wheel + ......................adhesion FIRST AAD OF KIBO Mapism. -the new art movement. ........composer/creator attempting to fully map out a mind and all of its idiosyncracies onto a certain medium/media ///digital music in this case./// this album is a map of john ./././././..........john has problems. central to mapism: ...rejection of traditional art principles ...rearrangement of ideas ...connection of media (connections of subconscious) ...everything is map recommend:... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Mapism, Industrial, Experimental, Noise, Vocoder, Crap Art, Album-A-Day Source: KIBO
A collaborative AAD (Album-in-a-day) project by Dave Knight and Andrew Wilson. This album was recorded to the AAD rules of recording a 20 minute+ album in 24 hours with no prior planning. Looking at a Hill was recorded in Garage Band with a Shure Microphone, Horner Bass, Adam Black Guitar and a Yamaha Keyboard. Plenty of snacks were consumed. Disclaimer: Neither do Dave or Andrew plan to, or condone, the thoughts of track 6, HR Faux Pas, both Dave and Andrew share a civil relationship with... Topics: Dave Knight, Andrew Wilson, AAD, Album in a Day, Looking at a hill, Crap Art
For my September Album-a-Day, I tried something different. Every track is just my voice, a tapping on a table, and occasionally me playing my bell kit (a miniature xylophone). I improvised and recorded all this in about one hour. Some of it is crappy beyond belief, so unless you appreciate crap art, please try one of my other albums. Standout tracks include "In the Worst of It", "No Time", and "Mainly for Me." Topics: crap art, album-a-day, a cappella, xylophone, full album, self-produced, public domain
New Folder is the tenth Album-A-Day and thirteenth release from electronic musician and composer Adhesion. This album takes on a more experimental slant than usual - all tracks were made with virtually the same electronic instrumentation (made all in software as per usual, with some sampling). As a result, all tracks flow together/transition in some fashion. Tracks range from rhythmic & sample experimentation to nonsense robot hip-hop to extended jamming. Made on June 14th-15th, 2006. more... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, Electronic, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Hip Hop, Jam, Downtempo,... Source: Adhesion
Consumer Whore is the sixth album by dotCommunism and third Album-A-Day. The gimmick to this album is that all of the songs are fake advertisements for different corporate giants including Pepsi, Walmart, Calvin Klein and MTV. All of the songs are done in different styles from very minimal beatnik imitation to kind of drum and bass. Check out evilresidence.com for more information Topics: Evil Residence Records, Album-A-Day, Full Album, satire, experimental, pretentious, avant-garde,... Source: dotCommunism
So I decided to participate in something called "the album-a-day challenge." Basically, I make an album in 24 hours from scratch - no samples, no pre-written stuff. Just pure new content.Digital manipulation was used to make the guitars sound more atmospheric. And Mysty. Sounds like the D'ni have discovered rock-and-roll. Topics: hot myst action, shane smith, album-a-day, crap art, shoegazing, alternative rock, solo guitar,...
Prolific is a collection of the 12th, 13th and 14th album-a-days by electronic musician Adhesion. This whole release was written and produced in the span of about 4 days total (August 21st-24th, 2006), within the rules of the album-a-day project. Tracks 1-7 make up part 1, which is faster and more slanted towards techno and IDM with a little jazz at the end. Part 2 is tracks 8-14 and is made up of ambient and downtempo with the last track being dub. The last part of the album is a return to the... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, Electronic, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Ambient, Downtempo,... Source: Adhesion
Part of the Crap Art: Album A Day project challenge thing. Sometimes it feels like I create albums in just a day but I generally don't write and record more than one song a day and I tend to not do both things in one day anyway, unless the song, music and lyrics, is entirely improvised on the spot, so I just wanted to see if I was up to the challenge of writing and recording an entire album in one day and ideas always pop into my head that I never get around to doing anything with, so if this... Topics: crap art, album a day, alt country, alt folk, experimental, alt blues, indie, psychedelic,...
Ate Words is a piece of Crap Art following the rules of the Album-A-Day project. The album contains 8 songs and was created in 24 hours with no prior planning. The album was recorded on a Mac Mini using Garage Band. The sounds were produced using either a electric guitar plugged directly into the Mac or an Acoustic guitar being picked up via a pair or microphones (Sony Singstar Mic's if you can believe it) all instruments and vocals were provided by Andrew Wilson. I hope you enjoy my crap art,... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Crap Art, Album a day, Album-a-day, Andrew Wilson, Ate Songs, Water, Stickers, Late, Snacks,...
A remixed version of Dave and Andy's Album-A-Day project (originally called "Looking at a Hill"). The original album was recorded in a single 24 hour period using GarageBand and we used a Shure Microphone, Horner Bass, Adam Black Guitar and a Yamaha Keyboard. This version has received absolutely no additional recording whatsoever. What has been done however is a sizeable chunk of remixing. The result is considerably tightened drums and instruments, lots of volume tweaks for a more... Topics: Dave Knight, Andrew Wilson, AAD, Album in a Day, Looking at a Tidier Hill, Looking at a hill, Crap...
Written in about 14 hours as a 'Crap Art: Album a Day' (http://crapart.spacebar.org/aad/), 'Our Own Inner Child' is an eclectic mix of electronic music. Artist name, album name and art and track names are all randomly generated Topics: Crap Art, Crap, Album-A-Day, Electronic, Drum & Bass, DnB, Drum and Bass, IDM, Chillout,...
The sixth album-a-day and ninth release from electronic musician and composer Adhesion. This album follows not only the model of the Album-A-Day, it is also a Doppelganger AAD, meaning the track titles and subject matter are sourced from another album - in this case, Pornoise Extra by Merzbow from the Merzbox. Track lengths were also approximately matched. The music of this release is generally noisy and chaotic, marking a similarity to the works of Merzbow but being more structured and melodic... Topics: Music, Full Album, Experimental, Noise, Electronic, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Evil Residence Records,... Source: Adhesion
Rushed Music is the 18th album and 17th album-a-day from electronic musician Adhesion. Made just a few days after Pseudocold2, this release was originally planned as a most-number-of-songs-in-a-day competition with fellow composer Scrap Heap, however, it quickly degenerated back into a normal album-a-day. Unlike most other AADs from Adhesion, this one doesn't have a general theme (aside from all songs being roughly 2 minutes or less) and was made without taking a sleep break. Musically, this... Topics: Electronic, Experimental, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Evil Residence Records, Improvisation, Ambient,... Source: Adhesion
Shapes is the eighth Album-A-Day from composer and electronic musician Adhesion. A concept album in nature, Shapes is a somewhat of a song cycle based on the different shapes of the album cover. Each shape and connection between shapes corresponds to a track of the album, and the visual properties of the objects are represented in the music. The songs tend to be abstract and unique in production, but still musically interesting both melodically and in the use of complex harmonies. In addition,... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, Electronic, Downtempo, IDM, Irregular Time Signatures,... Source: Adhesion